We continue to learn and strengthen our skills as we grow. B) I learned that I may not always be good at expressing my thoughts. I have learned that I am better at writing out what I feel. I guess I can get more out that way. I have the opportunity to reread what I have written and then make corrections so that the point that I am getting at is full understood by the reader.
The way I improved my paper was taking my instructors constructive criticism and making the necessary corrections, to the best of my ability. I had obvious problems with the comma usage, dangling modifiers, and it was no question that I have to improve my vocabulary. Referring back to the text book and using the Thesaurus definitely helped me make the best revisions that I can make. The most challenging part of this assignment for me was to expand the use of my vocabulary. I know a lot of words; I just don’t use them in my everyday conversation, thus making it more difficult to incorporate in my essay.
Rebecca Laessig My Life as a Writer I don't consider myself to be the greatest writer. My grammar has a lot to be improved upon and I always seem to be at a loss for words. with that said, writing is a bit of a challenge for me. I don't hate writing, but I don't necessarily enjoy it either. in my paper, I will write about my accomplishments, routine writings, and major strengths and how they help develop my writing skills today.
My knowledge in Health and Social is getting better as my teachers told me what to include in my assignments and how to get a pass merit and distinction. Whilst I’m doing this course I’ve learnt many things that would help me in university such as how to reference and also how to write up bibliographies. | I realised that Level 3 is way more in depth than Level 2. When I started Level 3 I was more involved in what was going on in the world as I started to watch a lot of new and read different health and social magazines and newspapers. During studying this course I know more about different aspects and theorists in
ENSP 703 At the beginning of classes in ENSP 703 I had simple goals that I want to reach, because this subjects it enhancing reading skills to improve writing abilities and improving character. First goal I want to improve my idea how to write and compose an better essay by following the basic pattern in composing essay, because this one is my weaknesses when I composing some essay it’s like a full of troubles that everyone’s cannot understand. Second one I want to improve more confidence in using the English language in daily conversations, because when I talk and speak in English like I said it’s full of troubles and it cannot understand. For the learning in this class, I learn some many skills from our professor that he virtuous when he
Comprehension Strategies Essay Landon Hayes Grand Canyon University: EED-525 January 30, 2013 Introduction There are many different comprehension strategies that teachers can use to help facilitate learning in their classroom. For many decades there has been research done that shows comprehension strategy instruction works with a variety of learners. Research has found that teaching comprehension strategies in the classroom has helped students to better understand text. Comprehension strategies can be especially helpful when learning narrative, expository and poetic text. Narrative Text Narrative text are stories that tell “what happened, who did what to whom and why.” (Dymock, p.161, 2007) Research has showed that narrative text is usually easier to understand when the text is well organized using a story grammar.
Each day I persisted on improving my English and I’d get back home with a new word everyday. As I started exploring and expanding my vocabulary, so did my parents as I subconsciously taught them what I had learned as well. What also caught my eye is that my accent was
These courses allowed me to be taught by actual elementary school teachers, who have years of experience with working with children, and the knowledge and advice they were able to pass on truly helped me better understand what I was signing up for as an education major, and helped my improve the way I teach so that I could articulate in a way that would be comprehensible to students of a young age. These classes are slowly molding me to become a great teacher. Also, I am doubling majoring in psychology in hopes that it will help me to better understand the mentality of special education students, so that in the future I will be able to teach them in a way that they will be able to grasp. Psychology courses have
Personal Quality What I believe to be my best personal quality is that I have the ability to adapt and learn quickly. This helps me with a lot of things like in school and learns life lessons by learning from my mistakes. As life goes on, I have to learn and adapt to new things, and new places, therefore I believe being adaptive is my best personal quality. When I first came to the United States, everything was completely different, different people, different culture, and it is more modernize than where I cam from, but I was able to learn quickly and adapt to my surroundings. It was already half way through the school year when I first started school.
Teaching students to read and learning to read is an intricate task. Most children enter school with a considerable amount of competence in their spoken language but have little knowledge of how to read and write. There are many diverse approaches used to teach language and literacy skills and a lot of debate has arisen on how to best teach beginning reading. Some educators advocate for a phonics based approach, while others support a whole language approach. This paper will briefly look at these two different approaches, discuss some options on how best to deliver an effective reading program, and review a commercial reading program, in this case, Jolly Phonics, and its usefulness in promoting phonological awareness.